Acura NSX (First Generation)
When it debuted in late 1990, the Acura NSX was intended to change perceptions about what a supercar could be. Almost three decades later, the combination of the original NSX’s style, power, comfort, usability, and value proposition has worn well. Sure, there’s a “new” NSX that just debuted, but the one you want is the first-generation model. The OG NSX oozed Japanese sensibility, from its pop-up headlights to its capped 276 horsepower, and is the analog antidote to the newer crop of supercars that boast hybrid power and touchscreen everything. Any first-gen NSX is a gem, even one with the facelifted front fascia, and can still be found with low miles.
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